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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #85440: Simple present or past
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    Simple present or past


    Complete with the present simple or the past simple.



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    1. He (look) good, doesn't he? -Yes, he is very handsome.

    2. She always (help) me when I'm in trouble.

    3. Mary and I (need) to go to LA.

    4. Anna's parents (go) to the club again last night. They are such party animals!

    5. When did Nick last see her? - Nick (see) her last week.

    6. Liz (say) you should go to school right now! Chop chop!

    7. John (buy) ten bags of chips yesterday! He eats a lot of chips!

    8. She (think) about going to the zoo but she has decided against it.

    9. John and Liz (tell) him everything about you. It wasn't very nice.

    10. Did she (come) yesterday? -No, she came today.









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